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Denison's heart leaped. "Are you
ready to go to Shanghai?" he asked.
"I mean Shanghai, China, not Missis
sippi." "What do you mean? -Who are
"Only your friend," he answered
humbly. "The buggy is waiting for us
outside. And he pulled the letter
from his pocket. "You sent me this,
I received it at Shanghai, China,
some time ago. You said that you
would marry me. I am George Den
ison and have come from Shanghai."
And, in her stupefaction, she let
him lead her to the buggy.
"GUM RACKS FOR PUPILS! WHY NOT?" ASKS
NORMAL SCHOOL PRESIDENT
NUHBER Two" ( OOK.! I l- I
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Gum-chewing pupils of Wisconsin
schools will have racks on which to
stick their gum when it is not being
"worked" if the suggestion of J. W.
Crabtree, president of the River Palls
(Wis.) normal school is adopted by
"Pupils have a right to chew gum,"
says Crahtree. "Teachers do it, but
they know when and how. Why not
SO SHORT NOW
In a divorce suit recently tried be
fore Judge Moll, a middle-aged wom
an was seeking a divorce. One of
the witnesses was called to testify as
to how long the plaintiff had lived in
"I have known her ever since she
wore short dresses," answered the
"That doesn't enlighten, the court
teach these conventionalities to the
"PermiJ the pupils to chew gum
on the playground and on the way
to and from school. But what will
the poor child do with his gum while
in the recitation or assembly room?
A gum rack at the entrance of the
room containing a number and peg
for each pupil solves the problem."
any," interrupted Judge Moll. "That
may have been six weeks ago or 30
years for all I can telL"
Ames, Okla., with a population of
200 persons, has ' seven baseball
teams, or one team to every 28 in
habitants. The seven nines are clas
sified as: "Regular team, second
team, third team, kid team, fat team,
lean team and women's team."